How to Restart Your Fitbit Tracker

You will have to restart your Fitbit Tracker in order to fix certain issues like unresponsiveness of buttons, improper activity tracking. Read on to know more;

To me, health and fitness matter a lot. To remain fit, I regularly use “Fitbit tracker” as it has been a superb asset for me. What impresses me the most about it is the accurate data as well as easy-to-use functionality.

Having used this advanced fitness tracker for long, I have learnt to fix certain issues like Fitbit won’t sync, doesn’t respond to button presses, taps, swipes, won’t turn on or won’t track your activity quickly. Guess what? All these problems can be easily resolved just by restarting the Fitbit Tracker.

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How to Restart Fitbit Tracker

How to Restart Fitbit Tracker

The best thing about the fitness tracker is that it won’t delete your tracked activity. However, the stored texts, calendar notifications will be removed. Each model requires different steps to carry out the restart process.

How to Restart Fitbit Flex

Step #1. First up, you need to plug your charging cable into your computer.

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Step #2. Plug your Flex into the charging cable and then you have to insert a paperclip into the small pinhole on the back of the charger.

Step #3. Hold down the paper clip for 3-5 seconds.

Step #4. Now, unplug the Flex from the charging cable.

The Flex will show some flashing LED lights for a couple of seconds and then the restart will be completed.

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How to Restart Fitbit Zip

As the Zip has a removable battery, you just need to put out the battery and then put it back in to restart.

Step #1. You have to use the battery door tool to open the door to the battery in the back.

Step #2. Remove the battery.

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Step #3. Now, wait for some time and then put it back in.

How to Restart Fitbit Blaze

Step #1. Simply press and hold the Back and Select buttons (the button which is on the left and bottom right) until you the Fitbit logo appears on the Blaze’s screen.

Step #2. Now, just let go of the buttons.

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How to Restart Fitbit Charge

Step #1. First off, you have to plug your charging cable into your computer.

Step #2. Now, just plug your Charger into the charging cable.

Step #3. Then, you need to press and hold the button for a few seconds until the Fitbit icon, and a version number appears on the screen.

Step #4. Simply, let go of the button.

How to Restart Charge HR

Step #1. Starting off, you need to plug your charging cable into your computer.

Step #2. Then, make sure to plug your Charger into the charging cable.

Step #3. Press and hold the button for a few seconds until the Fitbit icon and a version number appears on the screen.

Step #4. Just let go of the button.

How to Restart Fitbit Alta

Step #1. Plug your charging cable into your computer.

Step #2. Plug your Alta into the charging cable.

Step #3. Now, you have to press the button on the charging cable three times. Make sure to have a slight pause between each press.

Step #4. Once the logo appears on Alta’s screen, unplug it from the charging cable.

How to Restart Fitbit Surge

Step #1. Press and hold the Back and Select buttons at once until Fitbit logo appears on the Blaze’s screen.

Step #2. Now, you need to let go of the buttons.

Step #3. Once your device turns off, you have to wait for a few seconds and press the Home button to turn your Surge back on.

How to Restart Fitbit One

Step #1. Simply plug your charging cable into your computer. Then, you need to plug your One into the charging cable

Step #2. Next, you have to press and hold down the tracker’s button for a few seconds.

Step #3. Now, unplug the Fitbit One from the charging cable.

Step #4. Finally, press the tracker’s button. Your device will boot up.

That’s it! Since when have you been using Fitbit? How much has it been improved recently? Shoot your feedback in the comments below, on Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus. We have also launched iOS app, give it a try.

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